Postal News Recap: NALC Food Drive, USPS Ads, APWU Contract, Mail Scam and more

 fooddrive2016Letter Carriers’ ‘Stamp Out Hunger’ Food Drive May 14, 2016

osha-uspsOSHA proposes $120,000 in penalties for USPS workers continued exposure to equipment hazards at Virginia mail center

5/4/16 OSHA: US Postal Service continues to expose workers at Virginia center to powered industrial equipment hazards; faces $120K in fines The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited the U.S. Postal Service for workplace safety violations found at a mail processing and distribution center

NAPUS Call for Post Office Hour Reduction Moratorium Justified by Recent GAO Report

Over the past 18 months, NAPUS has raised concerns about the lack of data to indicate the amount of money the U.S. Postal Service saved as a result of reduced post office hours and post office re-classifications.

mail truck_1462075320831_2044288_ver1.0Video: Houston letter carrier in critical condition after being hit by alleged street racers

A postal worker was taken to the hospital Saturday after her mail truck was hit by two drivers allegedly speed racing. Police said two men were racing down Scott street in southeast Houston when one of the men hit the mail truck. The postal worker was rushed to the hospital in critical

 

 

 

  • U.S. Rep. Grace Meng works to Improve Mail Delivery in Queens

 

  • USPS testing advertising on back of paper receiptsReceiptTest_large-story

 

 

 

 

 

They come wearing a uniform we all trust: the United States Postal Service. But the women making huge purchases, authorities say, are pulling an incredible ruse that’s already damaged hundreds of lives across South Florida.